An arrest has been made in connection with shooting threats at a high school in Shawano County. The Bonduel School District was put on a lock down Thursday morning, after learning shooting threats were made towards students in the high school.
Bonduel Police Chief Todd Chaney said they were made aware of the threats when a student brought it to the attention of school staff.
WTCH news said, “A student who was in school received some text messages from a non-student, who was a former student,” said Chaney. “In the text message, he was making threats to come to the school with a gun to shoot a couple of other students.”
The suspect was taken into custody by police, but no details about the suspect are being released. School activities resumed as normal Thursday afternoon.